2 of Cougars’ finest could’ve been Utes. Now the seniors hope to end Utah’s 8-game winning streak over BYU – KSL.com

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PROVO — Perhaps in another life, Zayne Anderson could’ve been entering his senior season with the University of Utah.The veteran BYU linebacker admitted this week that he grew up a Ute fan, along with a host of others at his alma mater Stansbury High and the Tooele Valley.But in this life, he merely laughed at the now long-ago sentiment.“I don’t know what was going through my mind back then,” he said. “Maybe it was family or what. But as time went on, and recruiting came in, I realized this was the place for me. I’m happy with my decision.”The 6-foot-2, 220-pound flash linebacker will suit up in his final rivalry game Thursday night (8:15 p.m. MDT, ESPN), hoping to put an end to eight straight close-but-ultimately-futile attempts to take a win in the series that goes back 94 meetings (or 100, if you are a Utah fan).Anderson was supposed to be a senior last year, but a shoulder injury in the third game of the season ultimately forced him to accept a redshirt with just four games played. Among the missed games? The Cougars’ 35-27 come-from-ahead loss to Utah.To be the group that finally broke the dubious losing streak to their in-state rivals would mean more than the world to him and his Cougar classmates.“Right now we’re trying not to look back,” Anderson said. “Like Kalani says, we weren’t a part of the streak eight years ago. But as a senior, it really is im

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